EUR/JPY Price Analysis: Interim support emerges at 129.13

  • EUR/JPY starts the week on a soft note, drops to 129.70.
  • There is an interim support at the 50-day SMA.

EUR/JPY manages to reverse an initial drop to the 129.70 region, although it keeps the bearish note so far on Monday.

The continuation of the current consolidative theme looks the most likely scenario in the very near-term at least. However, further gains in the Japanese currency carries the potential to force the cross to creep lower and face the next minor support at the 50-day SMA, today at 129.13.

The resumption of the upside, on the other hand, is expected to meet the next hurdle at the 2021 high near 130.70 (April 7) ahead of the 131.00 mark.

While above the 5-month support line near 128.70, extra gains remain on the table, with the longer term target at the 2018 high at 131.98 (July 17).

In the meantime, while above the 200-day SMA at 125.88 the broader outlook for the cross should remain constructive.

EUR/JPY daily chart


Today last price 130.09
Today Daily Change 63
Today Daily Change % -0.21
Today daily open 130.37
Daily SMA20 129.84
Daily SMA50 129.1
Daily SMA100 127.69
Daily SMA200 125.92
Previous Daily High 130.54
Previous Daily Low 129.98
Previous Weekly High 130.61
Previous Weekly Low 129.8
Previous Monthly High 130.67
Previous Monthly Low 128.18
Daily Fibonacci 38.2% 130.33
Daily Fibonacci 61.8% 130.2
Daily Pivot Point S1 130.05
Daily Pivot Point S2 129.73
Daily Pivot Point S3 129.49
Daily Pivot Point R1 130.62
Daily Pivot Point R2 130.86
Daily Pivot Point R3 131.18



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